Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Thursday took his campaign for Iraq’s May 12 elections to the capital of the autonomous Kurdistan region, ...
Baghdad - In a peculiar case, a candidate for parliamentary elections in the province of Dhi Qar claimed to be a prophet in order to win in the ...
This year’s Lebanese, Iraqi and even Bahraini elections may offer space for Iranian interference once again. With upcoming elections in Bahrain, ...
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has insisted that the general elections will go ahead as planned, calling it a “constitutional ...
The “Victory Alliance”, which brought together Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and the Popular Mobilization Unit (PMU) militias did ...
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and Vice President Nouri al-Maliki are set to participate in the upcoming Iraqi general elections on two ...
On December 5, 2017, Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi, announced that provincial and parliamentary elections will be held on May 12, 2018; yet, ...
Qurtuba Adnan al-Thahir, an Iraqi-German woman, is vying to become the embattled country’s next president
Iraq dominated the Arab political and security affairs for years until the Americans withdrew troops from the country
Maliki's State of Law parliamentary bloc wins 92 seats in the 328-member parliament but falls short of a majority
Rahman Abdulzahra al-Jazairi was near his home in the predominantly Shiite neighbourhood of Jamila
Political pluralism and the real diversity of the top figures and parties mark the Iraqi elections with a value that is worth appreciating
Iraqi politician Ayad Allawi warned of possible violations which could take place during the final process of counting and sorting the votes
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says he has the “ability to pass the 165 [seat threshold]” required to form a majority government
Iraq’s election was held amid a massive security operation, with troops and police deployed across the country
Relatively poor Iraqis were trying to grab as many of the giant-sized iron frames on which the posters were displayed, either to recycle or to sell on
He still leads the election field, but his opponents are circling and could unseat him
Iraqis living in the United Arab Emirates are casting their votes for their country’s parliamentary election, but some are abstaining
The attacks came as members of the security forces voted ahead of Wednesday’s general election
Experience from recent years have shown this as female parliamentarians did not succeed at passing a single law in favor of Iraqi women's interests
Along with more than 800,000 members of the security forces who are eligible to vote at upwards of 500 polling centres nationwide, hospital and prison ...
The victims had gathered in Khanaqin to celebrate the release of a video purportedly showing the ailing Talabani
Iraqi expats headed to the polls as in Iraq the polls will open on April 30, with little sign of any respite in the bloodshed, and the country still ...
Some 52,000 Iraqis live in the United Arab Emirates, including some 25,000 who are eligible to vote
‘Elections are the last chance for change,’ the Shiite religious leader said
Two explosions at an election rally in Baghdad for a Shiite political party killed at least 28 people Friday
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki appears to have lost support even among his fellow coreligionists
The blast, which hit the Suweirah area, south of Baghdad, also wounded 35 people
Instead of heeding popular demands for an end to autocracy, Arab leaders have adapted to maintain their longevity
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